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Old 10-17-2015, 03:23 PM   #1
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Rear end failure

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I have an 06 Monaco Knight with a dynasty rear end, my rear end needs to be replaced the metal plate has the following information:

Dynasty 00430 HN02023927 0653121 508519 190605

I thought I was having trouble with the driver's side front tire, heard a thump, but it was probably the differential going out, took the Tech's 7 hours to remove the rear end, the bolts on the housing seized up I am not sure if it will be rebuilt or a new one, if anyone can give some additional help, I would greatly appreciate it. Also need to know a price range, I think my extended warranty will cover it since it is a major component.
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Old 10-17-2015, 03:32 PM   #2
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I really don't know much about your differential, but ours had a whine when we got it at 102K miles. It finally went out, and we got lucky and found a shop that could help us. Took about four days and 4300 bucks, but we got back on the road.


They are supposed to go 750+K miles, but you never know.


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Old 10-17-2015, 03:41 PM   #3
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There are several salvage yards around. They may have a good used one available.
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Thanks so much for the reply
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Old 10-17-2015, 04:22 PM   #5
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Do you have the data sheet for your rig, contact Monaco if you don't and get a copy.

My data sheet has the manufacturer, model and SN of the axles and also shows the differential SN. Mine are Eaton axles, there is also a stamped name tag riveted to each axle. Eatons are common axles and you should be able to get parts.

Could also check a slavage yard. Visione Auto Mart in KY has lots of Monaco parts.
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Old 10-18-2015, 08:59 AM   #6
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The information I provided was on the metal plate, I will contact Monaco tomorrow and get a data sheet, thanks. Mine went out at 33,000 miles
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33Kmiles? rear end failure? wow! I think I change the rear end oil in mine this weekend!
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I just turned over 105K miles on mine. I changed the gear oil last year, changed to a synthetic oil, cost $150.
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How in the hell does a rear end go out in a Coach?? 753,000 miles dragging Heavy Equipment around, up, down...no issues and very little "mud" on the magnet at last change (750,000)??
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Rear end failure

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How in the hell does a rear end go out in a Coach??....

LOL. My rear end goes out after about 6 hours of driving!


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I had a rear end go out on my 2002 Diplomat. I turned it in under the extended warranty. The warranty company required proof of the oil changes in the dif per the Roadmaster manual.

Just a warning to get paperwork proper before turning it in. The local Freightliner dealer did the repair and handled the warranty.
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I am thankful to cornerstone, they covered the repair, the differential had to be built, will take 5 -7 days to build and it ships from Kentucky
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If memory serves me correctly the book on mine calls for differential fluid change every year. Seems excessive but it's not all that hard or expensive.
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